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Do you know Sikhae and Sujunggwa? (Korean Drink)

 
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2003 11:09 pm    Post subject: Do you know Sikhae and Sujunggwa? (Korean Drink) Reply with quote

Hello Smile

I'm a middle school student in KOREA.

I'd like yo introduce Korean traditional beverages to you.

Do you know the Korean traditional beverages such as Sujunggwa and Sikhae ?

Korean people have been drunk these beverages for a long time.

Let me introduce how to make a Sikhae

It is easy to make Sikhae.

Sikahe is made from sweemeats oil, rice and water.

Sikhae is very sweet, so Sikhae is one of the most favorite drink from children to adult.

When we drink Sujunggwa, we put rea instead of rice in Sujunggwa.

You can taste Sikhae and Sujunggwa if you come to KOREA.

What is the most famous traditional beverages in your county?

Many replies please

Thank you Smile
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